Tour de Suisse 2017

Tour de Suisse 2017The Tour de Suisse ends two weeks before the Tour de France and, along with the Critérium du Dauphine, the race is seen as an ideal test of form before the July showdown. Edition 81 starts on Saturday, 10 June 2017, and is set to finish on Sunday, 18 June. The Tour de Suisse features three chances for climbers and two time trials. The Queen Stage travels to the Tiefenbachferner in Sölden, Austria, a 14.2 kilometres climb at 9.5%. (Slideshow route/profile)

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Miguel Ángel López is title holder. In 2016, Ion Izagirre and Warren Barguil third rounded out the podium.

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Tour de Suisse 2017: Stages

Date Stage details Length Type Results/report Winner GC
1 Sa 10-6 Tour de Suisse 2017: Route 1st stage Cham – Cham 6.0 km ITT
2 Su 11-6 Tour de Suisse 2017: Route 2nd stage Cham – Cham 172.7 km criterium (hilly)
3 Mo 12-6 Tour de Suisse 2017: Route 3rd stage Menziken – Bern 159.3 km flat
4 Tu 13-6 Tour de Suisse 2017: Route 4th stage Bern – Villars sur Ollon 143.2 km mountains
5 We 14-6 Tour de Suisse 2017: Route 5th stage Bex – Cevio 222.0 km mountains (flat finish)
6 Th 15-6 Tour de Suisse 2017: Route 6th stage Locarno – La Punt 166.7 km mountains
7 Fr 16-6 Tour de Suisse 2017: Route 7th stage Zernez – Sölden (aut) 166.3 km mountains
8 Sa 17-6 Tour de Suisse 2017: Route 8th stage Schaffhausen – Schaffhausen 100.0 km criterium (hilly)
9 Su 18-6 Tour de Suisse 2017: Route 9th stage Schaffhausen – Schaffhausen 28.6 km ITT (hilly)

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